How can I become a Mentor?
CSU Stanislaus faculty members wishing to participate in the Faculty Mentor Program can call the FMP office at (209) 667-3778, or drop by the FMP office located in the University Student Union (USU), room 103.
What is mentoring?
"A mentor is a person who acts as a sponsor, advocate, guide-or who teaches, advises, trusts, critiques, another to express, pursue and finalize his/her goals." Van Zant 1980
FMP's mentors are specifically trained to meet the needs of CSU, Stanislaus students. Mentors are committed to working with students and enhancing their opportunities for success. The Faculty represents a wide range of academic disciplines. Currently we have thirty seven faculty mentors from sixteen departments.
The faculty participate in on going training for new faculty, mentor recruits and established faculty mentors. Training includes but not limited to, the review and history of the program, team building, cultural awareness, understanding diversity, and interpersonal strategies for improved communication. CSU, Stanislaus faculty mentors agree the "experiential" workshops are successful, helpful, and that the opportunities for discussion also allow them to get to know each other better. In addition to the personal meeting times arranged between mentors and their protégés, the faculty mentors and student protégés meet on a monthly basis that is arranged and provided by the program.
What does a mentor do?
- Inspires you in bad times
- Develops the self-confidence needed for growth
- Shares your values and ideas
- Guides you with mutual trust and understanding
- Helps you design clear and realistic goals
- Shares your dreams and enlarges your vision
- Encourages responsible behavior
- Believes in you
- Motivates, encourages, and advises you to succeed
- Helps you expand your horizons
- Assists you during a crisis or a turning point
- Boosts your self esteem
- Broadens your contacts on campus and in the community
- Supports your career and educational goals
How long does mentoring last?
Mentor-Protégé relationships can develop into friendships that last a lifetime.
FMP Trained Mentor List
|Last Name, First Name||Email Address||Department||Office||Phone|
|Aleman, Elvin||Ealeman@csustan.edu||Chemistry||N 359||667-3783|
|An, Jung-Hafirstname.lastname@example.org||Mathematics||S 109A||667-6523|
|Arounsack, Steveemail@example.com||Anthropology||C 215F||667-3556|
|Avwunudiogba, Austinfirstname.lastname@example.org||Anthropology, Geography and Ethnic Studies||C 216A||667-3221|
|Bernard, Jeffemail@example.com||Kinesiology||F 137||667-6819|
|Bhaduri, Ritanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Biology||N 236||667-3485|
|Biedendorf, Jenniferemail@example.com||Communication Studies||DBH 360||667-3320|
|Burroughs, Nancyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Communication Studies||DBH 128||667-3271|
|Chan, Sarahemail@example.com||Music||M 42||667-3429|
|Chintakrindi, Sriramfirstname.lastname@example.org||Criminal Justice||C 125||667-3409|
|Claus, Christopheremail@example.com||Communication Studies||DBH 133||667-3374|
|Colnic, Davefirstname.lastname@example.org||Political Science||C 130B||667-3520|
|Cook, Ginaemail@example.com||Psychology||C 223D||667-3575|
|Dorsey, Andyfirstname.lastname@example.org||English||DBH 271||667-6842|
|Frost, Jeffreyemail@example.com||Anthropology, Geography, Ethnic Studies||C 216||667-3479|
|Gerson, Marinafirstname.lastname@example.org||Biology||N 272||664-6547|
|Giaramita, Martyemail@example.com||Geology||N 151||667-3558|
|Gonzales, Christyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Liberal Studies||DBH 300||667-3163|
|Guichard, Annieemail@example.com||Psychology||C 231F||667-3382|
|Haapanen, Irisfirstname.lastname@example.org||Teacher Eduation||DBH 328E||667-3003|
|Jasek-Rysdahl, Kelvinemail@example.com||Economics||C 100A||667-3182|
|Lo, Baofirstname.lastname@example.org||Ethnic Studies||C 123||667-6675|
|Luevano, Victoremail@example.com||Psychology||C 231||667-3096|
|Nainby, Keithfirstname.lastname@example.org||Communication Studies||DBH 127||667-3523|
|Phillips, Shaneemail@example.com||Chemistry||N 359||667-3545|
|Powell, Brentfirstname.lastname@example.org||Kinesiology||F 132||667-3348|
|Rosas, Abigailemail@example.com||Ethnic Studies||C 123A||667-3250|
|Russell, Scottfirstname.lastname@example.org||Chemistry||N 365||664-6870|
|Shrader, Rebekahemail@example.com||Economics||C 101B||667-6618|
|Soodjinda, Danielfirstname.lastname@example.org||Liberal Studies||DBH 344||664-6607|
|Stone, Koniemail@example.com||Chemistry||N 358||664-3570|
|Strongin, Dawnfirstname.lastname@example.org||Psychology||C 237B||667-3562|
|Tumolo, Michaelemail@example.com||Communication Studies||DBH 125||667-3862|
|Wallace, Richardfirstname.lastname@example.org||Anthropology, Geography, Ethnic Studies||C 237B||667-3228|
|Williams, Garyemail@example.com||Psychology||C 229||667-3386|
|Wilson, Bethneyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Communication Studies||DBH 134||667-3270|
|Youngblom, James "Jim"||email@example.com||Biology||N 264||667-3950|